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TAR Debates 2017

  THE AFRICA REPORT DEBATES in partnership with MO IBRAHIM FOUNDATION  
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For the first time in MARRAKECH, MOROCCO 7th April 2017
in a prestigious setting at the PALMERAIE CONFERENCE CENTER

Featuring high profile speakers, including Mo Ibrahim, as well as experts and people within the audience, the debate will allow Africa’s elite to freely express their opinions on the subject. The jousting debaters and expert witnesses will keep the debate moving around the audience to ensure a real sense of participation.

THE AFRICA REPORT debates offers a unique platform for thought-provoking discussion and an excellent opportunity to expose your business to high level networking.

The 2017 debate asks:

  
  

 Is Africa's development
an illusion?

 

  
  

  5 REASONS   TO BE THERE  

1. EXPERIENCE a change of style, pace and structure from the usual panel discussion
2. DEBATE ideas and policies with a diverse audience
3. EXPAND your network of top-level contacts
4. DISCOVER best practices of fast growing countries and companies
5. PROMOTE your company

  SPONSORSHIP   YOUR KEY BENEFITS  

The former Ghanaian President, John Dramani Mahama, launched the first debate of The Africa Report magazine, in front of a glittering crowd at the Movenpick Hotel in Accra on 20 November, 2015, in partnership with the Mo Ibrahim Foundation.As a sponsor of the debate, your company will benefit from a strong association with The Africa Report brand. You will also be exposed to a wide range of VIP guests and have free access to the Mo Ibrahim Foundation Governance weekend.

This year’s debate is particularly important, as it forms part of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation’s 10th year anniversary

  
     
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"Far from being hopeless, Africa is full of hope and potential, maybe more so than any other continent."

 

"Opportunities should be open to all, which is why I want an emphasis on education, gender equality and small businesses"

 

"We see that the technology we have today is very clumsy. We should have open systems. It’s an open world."

  
  MO IBRAHIM
Mo Ibrahim Foundation
 DONALD KABERUKA
Special Envoy, African Union Peace Fund and former president of the African Development Bank

 BOB COLLYMORE 
C.E.O. of Safaricom Ltd
  
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400 
leaders and decision makers from
24   
African countries and
10   
major industries

 

 
A unique media coverage

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EVENT COORDINATOR
Alison Kingsley-Hall 
a.kingsley-hall@theafricareport.com

SPONSORSHIP
Jérôme Millan
advertising@theafricareport.com

 

  
  

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  Entry to the debate strictly by invitation. 
Programme may change without notice.

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